Kerala Tourist Destinations


Chalakudy river flows from the Anamudi mountains of the Western Ghats, through Vazhachal Forest to the Arabian sea. In the district of Thrissur.


Alleppey is sometimes called the Venice of the East due to her perfect situation on the backwaters in Kerala. Resorts and hotels with breathtaking backwater views


Bekal is a beautiful spot on the coast in the far north of Kerala with wonderful beaches and the best preserved fort in Kerala, constructed in 1650


Cherai is on Vypeen Island, a suburb of Cochin, with the sea on the western shore, and the backwaters to the east. Coconut groves and Chinese fishing nets.


With it,s wonderful natural harbour, Cochin is often known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea. Centre of the Indian spice trade for centuries


Gavi is a beautiful forest within Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, with stunning grasslands, different tree species, streams and cascading waterfalls


The town is in the north of Kerala, places to visit include Ananthapura Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Madhur Temple, Malik Deenar Mosque


Kodanad is a village on the banks of Periyar river. Originally, this place was used by the King of Travancore to train wild elephants from the forests


In the district of Thrissur, Guruvayoor is an important Hindu holy city, and the Gurvayoor Sree Krishna Temple is said by legend to be 5000 years old


Kannur is the largest city in north Malabar, with rich history, mentioned by Marco Polo as the emporium of the spice trade. St Angelo’s Fort is by the Arabian Sea


Kollam in South Kerala is know for cashews and coir and as the southern entrance to the backwaters. The city has a wealth of Temples, Mosques and Churches


Kottayam in central Kerala sits among stretches of Backwater, lush green paddy fields, rolling hills and extensive rubber plantations.


Kovalam is a beach town 17kms from Trivandrum, It has three beaches, Lighthouse beach in the south is the busiest, the light beam from the old Vizhinjam lighthouse


Calicut ( Kozhikode) in the north of the state is Kerala’s third largest city, in the Middle Ages, this was the major spice trading port


This popular tourist destination is set on Vembanad Lake, the largest freshwater lake of the Kerala backwaters. Kerala houseboat cruises are famous around the world,


Situated at a height of 3500 ft above sea level, Kuttikkanam was once the summer retreat of the Rajas of Travancore, now it is one of the most beautiful tourist


This is a truly picturesque coastal village in the Alleppey district, home to fishing communities that have lived here, in the same way, for centuries.


Munnar, probably the most famous of Kerala Hill Stations, is an area of outstanding beauty with hills and valleys covered in tea and spice plantations


Nelliyampathy is a charming hill station situated 52 kilometers from Palakkad. The beautiful tourist spot is blessed with tea and coffee gardens.


Palakkad lies at the foot of the Western Ghats mountains on the border between Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The area is very fertile, making it the main grain producer for Kerala


Ponmudi is a delightful hill station some 60km north-east of Trivandrum in an area rich with forests The winding approach road has 22 hairpin bends with scenic views


Poovar is a small coastal village in the Trivandrum district, 22 KM far from Kovalam, having a beautiful beach which attracts tourists. Poovar has an estuary


Peermade is 85 km east of Kottayam is a small, picturesque hill station set among rolling hills, tea gardens and spice plantations. Peermade is named after Peer

Silent Valley

Silent Valley National Park is at the heart of the Nilgiri Biosphere, rich in animals, birds and plants, biologists are drawn here to study the rich biodiversity.


Thekkedy hill station is best known for Periyar Wildlife Reserve, centred on a man made lake, bordered by banks of evergreen and deciduous trees


Thrissur, Kerala’s 4th largest city has been important for centuries beginning with habitation in the stoneage. Set in central Kerala, the area is only 2.83 m above sea level


Mahatma Gandhi once referred to Trivandrum, the capital city of Kerala, as the “evergreen city of India “, it sits close to the extreme southerly point of Kerala on low rolling hills.


Varkala beach is popular with tourists for swimming and sunbathing and the only place in Kerala where rocky cliffs lead down to the sands.


Vagamon is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Kerala particularly situated in Kottayam-Idukki boarders of Idukki District


Wayanad, in North Kerala is an area of more than 2000 sq km in the magnificent Western Ghats. Blessed with outstanding natural beauty

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